triple layer stencils

Hi lovely crafty friends, today I have another take on the double stencil technique by adding a few more steps. This will certainly take your design to the next level. With added depth and interest in a very simple way.

All techniques and ideas are shown in the video tutorial. Make sure to watch it to get all the best tips and tricks.

If you haven’t seen the double stencil technique video yet, make sure to check it out.

(All supplies are linked to different stores at the end of this post in the thumbnails. The different stores are also linked behind the product name. Among them are affiliate links that may be used at no cost to you.)

triple layer stencils

I have been working on two pages of my Joggles Smooth & Sturdy White Disc Bound Journal – 6″ x 6″ ( JGG ) which is filling up nicely.

Besides using it as an art journal, it’s also great to keep a technique journal. This way you have all your favourite techniques together.

And of course, these backgrounds can easily be used for cards as well.

blender brush
blender brush

I have been trying the new Altenew – Ink Blending Tool – Small ( SBC | SSSas well as the small iCraft BLENDER BRUSHES ( SSS )

They come both with super fine bristles and are similar to the brushes with a handle. But the smaller size and shape make them way more perfect for storage.

Both small and dauber size are the perfect solution for applying ink through a stencil. Blending tools with foam applicators are easily damaged when working with stencils. As well as they help you get a perfect blend result even if you are not great at blending. These blending tools will help you look like a blending pro:-)

triple layer stencils

For the first page I used the new Joggles / Keren Tamir 9″ x 12″ Stencil – Lotus ( JGG ) and Moroccan Tiles ( JGG ). 

Keren is one of my creative friends, and it’s so cool when you actually know the designer of a craft supply you are working with.

triple layer stencils

For this background I used a combination of Joggles / Keren Tamir 6″ x 6″ Stencil – Geo Starburst ( JGG ) and the Flower Mandala ( JGG )

I used three colours Distress Oxide Ink ( SBC | JGG | SSS ) to make the layers. By adding the third colour you can create more interest. As well as the use of contrasting colours can help to make the design pop more.

Thanks for stopping by and make sure to keep on crafting!